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'''Marianne Mithun''' is a leading scholar of American Indian languages and language typology. She is Professor of Linguistics at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Mithun has worked on a wide variety of languages from a wide variety of language families, but specializes in Native American languages. She began her career with extensive fieldwork on Iroquoian languages, especially Mohawk language|Mohawk, Cayuga language|Cayuga, and Tuscarora (language)|Tuscarora, She has also worked in California on Central Pomo language|Central Pomo and the Chumashan languages, on Central Alaskan Yup'ik language|Central Alaskan Yup'ik, and on the Austronesian language Kapampangan language|Kapampangan. Mithun compiled a comprehensive overview of Native American languages in ''The Languages of Native North America.'' A review on the Linguist List describes the...
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